90 Miles From Tyranny : 2022

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The Coming Dethronement of Joe Biden

Biden’s situation presents the unnamed committee who actually runs the presidency with a huge and delicate problem. It can’t last.

It’s not often that I agree with Joe Biden, but he said something in his nasty, brutish, and long press conference last week with which, if properly understood, I agree.

Don’t get me wrong. The press conference as a whole was a “total disaster.” Notwithstanding the sycophantic performance of the court eunuchs in the regime media, everybody understands this. (But speaking of “court eunuchs,” what’s the female equivalent? It was Jennifer Rubin, who actually gave Biden an “A-” for the presser, that prompts this vital question and I hope some enterprising savant will contribute the answer.)

At one point, a reporter, noting a few of the multifarious failures of Biden’s first year in office—runaway inflation; his failure to “shut down the virus”; the smoldering ruin of his legislative agenda; the sharp, persistent partisan divisions that he came to office promising to heal—given all that, the scribe suggested, perhaps Biden had “overpromised.”

No, no, Biden replied, “I didn’t overpromise, but I have probably outperformed what anybody thought would happen.”

Delicious, isn’t it? Peel off and discard the first bit. Biden clearly overpromised. Just utter the word “normalcy” anywhere near the name “Biden” and watch the reaction. But many people jumped all over the second bit. Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), for example, quoted the word “outperformed” and tweeted: “I’m not sure what planet he’s inhabiting but on planet earth his record is a record of failure.”

That is true. It’s a dismal record of failure, and we’ve only made it through one year. Biden’s even outdone his master, Barack Obama, who before Biden held the world record for worst president in the history of the United States. Biden is far worse, in part, granted, because he continues to follow the blueprint set forth by his clean, elegantly clad predecessor.

But I have to cavil with the idea that Biden has not “outperformed” expectations. He certainly outperformed mine. I didn’t think he would make it through his first year in the White House. But here it is, January 20-something, and the old guy is still in office. Amazing.

True, there is something of Dr. Johnson’s dog about the whole thing. Presented with the spectacle of female preachers, Samuel Johnson marveled: “Sir, a woman’s preaching is like a dog’s walking on his hind legs. It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all.”

My feelings about Biden are somewhat similar. I have accordingly revised my prediction. I was wrong that Joe Biden wouldn’t make it through his first year. I continue to cling to the conviction he will not remain the occupant of the White House through to the morning of January 20, 2025. The prospect of a second Biden term is, I am convinced, not worth speaking about. In tragedy, Aristotle said, we should prefer probable impossibilities to improbable possibilities, but a second Biden term is so improbable as to be well-nigh impossible, and I am not forgetting about what a tragedy such an eventuality would entail for the country and the world. Even CNN seems to be coming around to this realization.

If I am even remotely correct about this, Biden’s situation presents the unnamed committee who actually runs the presidency with a huge and delicate problem. Biden’s behavior long ago passed from embarrassing to dangerous. We can see...

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Prior to her death, Go (pictured) worked as a senior manager of strategy and operations for management and acquisitions at Deloitte Consulting.

Prior to her murder, Go worked as a senior manager of strategy and operations for management and acquisitions at Deloitte Consulting.
  • Deloitte - fatal subway shoving victim Michelle Go's employer - donated to a group that sued the MTA for 'exclud[ing] the homeless from the transit system'
  • Go, 40, was killed last Saturday at 9:40am when crazed vagrant Simon Martial, 61, pushed her in front of an incoming train in Times Square Station
  • Deloitte Financial Advisory Services donated between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Urban Justice Center in 2021, according to the non-profit's annual report
  • The non-profit sued the MTA for codes enacted in 2020 that it argued 'excluded the homeless from the transit system'
  • The code banned staying in the subway for over an hour, staying in terminals that are not in use or taking carts larger than 30x30 inches into the system
  • The Urban Justice Center argued that these rules 'banned the way that homeless persons... use the subway system'

Deloitte, the employer of a woman killed by a deranged vagrant who pushed her in front of an oncoming train in Times Square Station last week, helped fund a non-profit that sued the MTA last year for laws barring people from staying in a subway station for more than an hour, arguing that it 'excluded' the homeless.

Michelle Alyssa Go, 40, a senior manager at consulting conglomerate Deloitte from the Upper West Side, died after she was shoved off the platform at West 42nd Street and Broadway at around 9:40am last Saturday, January 15.

Simon Martial, 61, who was charged with second-degree murder, told reporters that he committed the senseless act 'because I'm God, I can do it.' Martial's sister Josette Simon told outlets that he had been battling with schizophrenia for two decades and that he belonged in a mental health facility.

Deloitte Financial Advisory Services donated between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Urban Justice Center in 2021, according to the non-profit's annual report.

The group, along with another group and a homeless man, sued the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) in February of last year for a new transit code that was adopted due to the pandemic in 2020.

The new code barred people from staying in subway stations for over an hour, staying in subway terminals after a train is taken out of service and banned wheels carts larger than 30 inches long by 30 inches wide.

Deloitte Financial Advisory Services donated between $25,000 and $50,000 to the Urban Justice Center in 2021, according to the non-profit's annual report. The nonprofit sued the MTA for new policies that it said 'excluded the homeless from the transit system,' which barred commuters from lingering in subways for longer than an hour, in February of last year

Simon Martial, 61, (pictured center) was arrested on Saturday on a charge of second-degree murder for allegedly pushing Go
Man who pushed woman to her death questioned during perp walk

The MTA said that the new code would facilitate 'public safety and help essential workers maintain social distancing,' but the Urban Justice Center called this reasoning a 'pretext to exclude homeless New Yorkers from the subway system.'

The Urban Justice Center argued that 'by banning these three activities, the rules ban the way that homeless persons, because they lack access to safe and secure shelter, use the subway system.'

In their lawsuit, the nonprofit asserted that the code was 'arbitrary and capricious.'

Doug Lasdon, the executive director of the Urban Justice Center, told outlets that the homeless should have the same access to the subway 'that I have.'

But Joseph Giacalone, a John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor, argued that the transit system should not be viewed as a homeless shelter because 'historically, the shelters aren't safe.'

'If the shelters aren't safe, what makes you think that putting the people who are attacking other homeless, letting them sleep in the subway, is a good idea?' he said.

The Urban Justice Center, which provides legal services for sex workers and on housing issues, made $25 million in the last fiscal year, primarily from government grants. Left-wing groups like George Soros' Open Society Foundations also provide them with donations.

Deloitte did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for comment.

Doug Lasdon (pictured), the executive director of the Urban Justice Center, told outlets that the homeless should have the same access to the subway 'that I have.' In a lawsuit against the MTA, the nonprofit argued that laws banning carts of a certain size and lingering in subways 'ban the way that homeless persons, because they lack access to safe and secure shelter, use the subway system'

Martial is an ex-con who has battled with schizophrenia for two decades, according to his sister

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6 People Present at Scene of Ashli Babbitt Killing Still Not Arrested by the FBI, Family Seeks Identities

Family asks for the public's help identifying photos of witnesses from Jan. 6

Most of the men who attacked the Speaker’s Lobby doors at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, have not been identified or arrested, and the family of Ashli Babbitt wants to question them about the events that led up to her shooting death.

Of the dozens of people who congregated before the double doors leading from the hallway into the Speaker’s Lobby that day, only two have been arrested by the FBI. The Babbitt family has identified at least six others who could have valuable information on what took place before and after U.S. Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd shot and killed Babbitt.

Aaron Babbitt said identifying these men is an important part of his investigation into his wife’s killing. He said the authorities are not interested in pursuing it.

“To look into these people would go against what they’re trying to do, which is to just forget about Ashli and just look the other way,” Aaron Babbitt told The Epoch Times. “‘Pay no attention to what’s going on over there.’ So they don’t want these people. They probably don’t want to find them. Whether they are government actors or informants or whatever, they don’t want to really find those people.”

Tayler Hansen, the video journalist who documented the shooting, said the most active rioters from the hallway are still unknowns.

The unknown black-clad #Ninja ducks for cover after the shooting of Ashli Babbitt. The SWAT team member did not know at the time who fired the shot that killed Babbitt. (Tayler Hansen/For The Epoch Times)

“The good majority of the people who haven’t been named are the ones being the most violent,” Hansen told The Epoch Times. “Inciting the window breaking and actually causing everything that took place in that room. The only one who has been named that actively took part was Zachary Alam.”

Alam was arrested by federal agents on Jan. 30, 2021, and later indicted for his well-documented role in attacking the Speaker’s Lobby doors. Alam portrayed himself that day as being a member of the Proud Boys, but comments he made to Hansen earlier that day don’t indicate a patriotic disposition.

“This is insane, bro,” Alam says to Hansen, who was live-streaming to Instagram at the time. “We’d love to [expletive] revolutionize the whole world. It’s the repetition of what happened decades and centuries ago and it’s repeating itself. It’s going...

Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #195

Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #194


Former Child Bride: Biden’s Afghan Resettlement Certain to Bring ‘Culture of Forced Marriage’ to U.S.

An American woman who survived a forced child marriage is warning that President Joe Biden’s massive Afghan resettlement operation to the United States may be aiding and abetting “in a culture of forced marriage” between minor girls and adult men.

In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Sasha Taylor details how she was forced into a marriage with an adult man at the age of 15 so that he could secure a visa and, later, a green card to remain in the U.S. long after his initial visa expired.

Federal immigration law, Taylor writes, helped ensure that her devout Muslim family could use loopholes to keep the adult man in the U.S. by using her as his visa sponsor.

“Arizona’s marriage law and loopholes in U.S. immigration law meant my family still had avenues by which they could exploit and force me — a U.S. citizen and a minor — into marriage,” Taylor writes:

Within months of my forced engagement, I was married in an Arizona courthouse. Because I was a minor, my husband became my legal guardian and was able to fill out his own visa application, naming me as his sponsor. [Emphasis added]

As Taylor notes, even if she had been forced to marry outside the U.S., the federal government would have recognized the marriage — helping her adult male spouse to win a green card.

Since August 2021, President Joe Biden has brought at least 75,000 Afghans to the U.S. for resettlement across 46 states. About 52,000 Afghans, as of last month, have already been resettled in American communities.

Taylor warns in the op-ed that although it may seem like Afghans arriving in the U.S. are free from persecution by the Taliban, many Afghan girls are at risk due to a “culture of forced marriage.”

“Many of the girls arriving from Afghanistan in recent months may be free from the brutality of the Taliban, but they are not free from families who believe in a culture of...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1607

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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The CDC Has Destroyed Public Trust By Pushing Obvious Falsehoods

Tens of millions of Americans who have relied on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s advice on dealing with Covid-19 are now adrift. Maggie Koerth, a senior science writer for FiveThirtyEight, charges that the agency “mired in political influence” has “failed to address many of the most relevant questions for day-to-day decision-making.”

This lack of leadership has consequences, Koerth observes. Having lost faith in the CDC’s ever-changing advice, many who previously heeded its counsel are now seeking wisdom “in the dark alleys of the internet, hoping the information we’re getting is the real deal and not just another cheap Rolex.”

Koerth is among those who have followed — or tried to follow — CDC’s shifting and often poorly evidenced guidance. They wore gloves when CDC told them to wear gloves, ditched the gloves and donned cloth masks when told they warded off viruses, cleansed their food with Clorox wipes and their hands with Purell, locked themselves and their families in their homes, got “fully vaccinated” with two jabs, and then a third when told that two weren’t enough, strapped masks on their two-year-olds, and got their kids vaxxed, double-vaxxed, and triple-vaxxed.

Then came Omicron.

Communities with shuttered schools, mask mandates, and vaccine passports had an explosion of cases. In New York and Los Angeles, Paris and Rome, mask wearers, the boosted, and those who foreswore handshakes and hugs got infected. The spike in cases dwarfed previous highs, and fears of overcrowded hospitals recurred.

Dr. Anthony Fauci announced that the variant “will ultimately find just about everybody.” President Biden conceded that “both vaccinated and unvaccinated people are testing positive.”

Undeterred by those sobering facts, the president once again called it a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.” The unvaccinated “are crowding our hospitals, leaving little room for anyone else who might have a heart attack or an injury in an automobile accident or any injury at all,” he alleged.

Biden’s Claims Are Not Supported by Data

As with the president’s previous pandemic pronouncements, this one is unsupported by the data.

First, hospitals routinely test everyone they admit for Covid-19. According to Health and Human Services, just over 22 percent of inpatient beds were “in use for COVID-19” on January 19. That doesn’t mean that 22 percent of inpatients occupied those beds because they tested positive for Covid. Many were receiving treatment for...

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Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #194

Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #193